About Huzzah’s Eatery
Culinary experts agree that the art of barbecuing had it's origins in the Caribbeans. Europeans, especially in the southern American colonies, quickly adopted the practice of roasting meat in a pit and organizing celebrations around the event.Such social occasions attracted many Virginians, including George Washington, who frequently attended barbecues and sometimes hosted them. Today, we continue the tradition. We've created signature sauces for our barbecue and added a "new" American favorite - hand tossed pizza and kids get to make their own pizza. It's a combination that would make the founders shout HUZZAH!
Comfort Food, Contemporary Southern
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm-9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is a private lot for Huzzah! Customers.
Mr Ed Smith
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Huzzah’s Eatery Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant was right next to our ho ...
This restaurant was right next to our hotel. After walking around Williamsburg all day we didn't have the energy to go back into town. We waited for the server to address us for over 10 minutes. This was not a busy place. Their website shows pizza and a brick oven. No where on the menu is pizza! When we asked about it they showed us a separate menu with very limited pizza options with each topping at 1.99 each. The server was pleasant enough just not able to do more than one thing at a time; clearly time management is not his forte. The menu itself is very limited.
This restaurant is located near the visi ...
This restaurant is located near the visitor's center of Colonial Williamsburg. The atmosphere was as to be expected - modern with a early american flare. The food was general good. Our party had the fish and chips, burger and the portabella mushroom sandwich. The food and atmosphere was family oriented as it should be considering the location. As with many tourist destinations, the prices were a bit high for the quality and the ambiance. But, for a quick dinner stop after a visit to the Colonial City, it was everything I expected. Would I go back? Yes, but there are so many places to eat around Colonial Williamsburg, I would look for something else.
Food was terrible, the wings were under ...
Food was terrible, the wings were under cooked, the fettuccini Alfredo sauce had chunks of something in it, still not sure what it was and the sauce was runny, I sent it back and ordered the wings. Our sons pizza was also under cooked.
The server was delightful as the food prep was not her fault, the manager on duty came over to apologize, these two brought my rating up from negative stars to 2 stars.
Overpriced for the food they serve and the small portion they give, but in hindsight maybe it is good they serve small portions as I doubt you could eat it all as it is that bad.
Great dining experience
We ate here during for dinner our stay at the Woodlands during Memorial Day weekend. Everything we ate was fantastic. I was kinda disappointed that they didn't have any more pot roast so I guess it's one of the most-ordered entree. I had the chicken alfredo pasta, my husband had the brisket sandwich and my daughter had the kids' pizza. I liked that they bring the ingredients to make their own pizza (my daughter enjoyed making it). We also had the tomato bisque soup and wings for appetizer. Overall a great dining experience and definitely recommend this place.
We are a big fan of Colonial Williamsburg as we are local, but Huzzah! was a big disappointment. We did not find sufficient menu selections so we decided to order a pizza. Unfortunately, it was the worse pizza we have probably ever eaten. It was burned and very unappetizing. I was barely able to eat one piece which was the extent of my dinner. The menu is overpriced. Our bill for the pizza and 2 beers was $35. Ridiculous!
Friendly staff, awful food
Went to Huzzah's once we arrived at our hotel. My son's Pizza was charred to a crisp to the point there was leftovers (and with a pre teen that NEVER happens), my shrimp was cold and my Chicken was rough and the portions were tiny for the price charged! The overpriced chocolate cake was the best part of the meal.
Great family spot
We wanted to try Huzzah! On our recent trip to Williamsburg. While signage was good we weren't expecting to find it inside a hotel. Once there we were greeted warmly immediately and the service was really exceptional. Food was good with a good local beer selection. Kids menu was good and very affordable.
Best things that Huzzah has going for it are its convenient location and friendly staff. Apart from that, the food was mediocre and the ambience generic. The beef brisket sandwich, which our exuberant server said was "amazing" proved to be overly fatty. The wedge salad was stingy in size and served with few toppings and unremarkable dressing. Would I recommend it? If you're looking for a place with tons of parking and ready access to the Colonial Williamsburg shuttle, maybe. But certainly nothing worth going out of your way for,
We ate here with our children while visi ...
We ate here with our children while visiting Williamsburg. The food was great and the service was good too. It was a quaint location that was an easy distance from the colonial city. We really enjoyed our dinner in would certainly consider going to Huzzah again.
Mediocredit and Salty
Food was mediocre, pork ribs were incredibly salty! Also DRYYYYYYY!
Brisket was relatively tasteless, but at least not like eating a salt lick.
Potato wedges were also dry, like they had been sitting for a while despite 6pm dinner..? Good selection of BBQ sauces. Waitstaff was personable and available.
Very disappointed , especially paying $70 for one adult, two kids and NO adult beversges.
Eat both Friday and Saturday nights, Sept 11&12. Both nights the food was great. We were greeted as if we were family. Very welcomed by hostess. Both servers were above average. Very attentive trying to make sure we had what we needed and what we may have wanted.
A little hard to find this place, could ...
A little hard to find this place, could use more signage. Food was good, chicken is juicy and moist though the BBQ sauce was a little "plain". Perfect portions to assure you aren't over stuffed when leaving.
Had a nice looking dessert menu.
The ladies who sat us were very friendly . We were late for our reservation but they waited and we're still able to accommodate us. The food was good. The kids got to make their own pizzas. Overall, our experience was good. Its a ittle loud in the restaurant, so if ur looking for somewhere quiet, this isn't the place. If we come to colonial williamsburg again, I would probably go back.
A Pleasant Evening.
It was very good and we enjoyed ourselves immensely. We arrived earlier than our reservations and they took us immediately. Our wait person was extremely helpful in many ways. A good time had by all! A thumbs up and would definitely return.
The food was terrible. The service was p ...
The food was terrible. The service was poor. I ordered soup and it was basiclly water with tomatoes. It was cold with no flavor. We were ther last year and loved it. We will never go back. The manager laughed when I complained about the soup.
Not Worth A Visit
The service was the best part. Bubbly waitress and helpful hostess. The food wasn't that great at all and really lacked flavor. We ordered two entrées and an appetizer and the bill still came up to over 60 bucks somehow, which we had to pay. The whole time we ate the staff was standing at the back watching us, and it made us feel uncomfortable. So we ate a little more so not to be rude and foil them. But It was like they knew the food was bad, and they wanted to see how much we'd eat. Almost as if to say, "Huzzah fool now? "
Not My Idea of BBQ
The St Louis dry Rubbed ribs were not prepared the way I prefer, dry rubbed! They were dry from being overcooked and then coated with a sweet BBQ sauce. The half chicken was overcooked and dry as w ell. Neither item had any hint of being smoked! The corn on the cob was good. Our young son had the "create your own pizza", which he enjoyed. The establishment is right next door to the visitors center for Colonial Williamsburg, so it is convenient if you have been touring all day. Very disappointing end to an otherwise great visit
Great Food and Service
Huzzah! is a great place to eat. The pizza is some of the best that I have ever had, and the pieces are huge! I ate there two nights with friends and both nights were great. I had a bacon and fried egg burger, and it was very good. The next night we shared a pizza that was half cheese and half meat lovers. The pizza was fantastic! The servers we had both night were also really great. They were very helpful, always ready with refills, and very friendly. I would recommend Huzzah! to all my friends.
A Nice Place To Eat
Huzzah is located next to the Woodlands lodging at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor's Center. Our reservation was at the opening time of 5 PM. The staff was extremely friendly, as was our server. The Cuban Sandwich was very good. My wife had one of the salads (can't remember the name) with grilled chicken and really enjoyed it. I noticed one of the tables did the kids make your own pizza (done at the table). They looked like they had a lot of fun with it. There was also an outdoor seating area that will likely get a lot of use as the weather warms. We will definitely return.
Great pizza for kids but don't expect much else
Had dinner here during our stay at Williamsburg. We've been suprised this whole trip how poor service is as soon as you leave the City, and this was no exception. Hostess and manager not overly friendly or welcoming, waitress was just OK. Make your own pizza for kids is ingenious and tasted terrific. BBQ and sandwich for adults just OK. Overall I would go back but with lower expectations.
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